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2nd Stewartstown Presbyterian Church, Donaghenry Parish, Co. Tyrone Marriages 1845-50

Registration District of Cookstown [Cos. Tyrone & Londonderry]
Extracted from FHL films of Civil Registration of Irish Marriages
Transcribed, Compiled and Submitted by
Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia
len_swindley[at]hotmail.com

A small congregation, Second Stewartstown is believed to have its beginnings c1815. The first ordained minister, Rev. SAMUEL McCURDY, was installed in 1829 when there were forty families paying a stipend of £40. The congregation was dissolved in 1881.

Surviving records of the congregation are: Baptisms, 1827-; Marriages 1845-; which remain in local custody. The condition of the original records, a degree of difficulty in discerning the handwriting and at times, poor quality of filming, make transcription challenging and wherever possible, the Donaghenry tithe applotment book (1828) and Griffiths Valuation (c1860), Index to Townlands and Towns, Parishes and Baronies in Ireland (1851) and Heather, Peat and Stone-O’Kane have been consulted for confirmation of families and townland addresses. Original spelling has been retained.

 

 

#1

April 14 1845

HUGH LYND full age bachelor farmer Aughrimderg. Father: JAMES LYND farmer

&

SARAH HAMILTON full age spinster Kileeney. Father: JAMES HAMILTON farmer

Witnesses: WILLIAM HIGGINSON & WILLIAM HAMILTON

#2

June 30 1845

ARTHUR WALLACE full age bachelor weaver Tullyfaughan. Father: JAMES WALLACE farmer

&

ELIZABETH GREER in her 20th year spinster Tullyfaughan. Father: JOHN GREER farmer

Witnesses: MICHAEL BRANNIGAN & JOHN TAYLOR

#3

September 11 1845

JOHN WALKER in his 21st year bachelor Letterclary. Father: GEORGE WALKER farmer

&

JANE McKINZIE full age spinster Cross. Father: ROBERT McKINZIE farmer

Witnesses: JOHN GRAY & JOSEPH IRWIN

#4

October 17 1845

JOHN McKINNEY full age widower farmer & mechanic Unagh. Father: WILLIAM McKINNEY farmer

&

SARAH HAMILTON full age spinster Ballywhillin. Father: GEORGE HAMILTON farmer

Witnesses: THOMAS McKINNEY & JAMES HENDERSON

#5

April 24 1846

WILLIAM MULLIGAN full age bachelor farmer Unix. Father: JAMES MULLIGAN farmer

&

JANE LOURMER full age spinster Urblereagh. Father: ROBERT LOURMER farmer & mechanic

Witnesses: WILLIAM LOCKARD & SAMUEL BAXTER

#6

May 26 1846

VANCE RICHARDSON full age bachelor farmer Augharainey. Father: JOHN RICHARDSON farmer

&

MARGARET MAYNE full age spinster Killymurphy. Father: JOHN MAYNE farmer

Witnesses: WILLIAM TAYLOR & OLIVER RICHARDSON

#7

May 28 1846

ADAM BURROWS full age widower farmer Lisaclare. Father: JOHN BURROWS farmer

&

ALICIA McALISTER full age spinster Lisaclare. Father: ARCHD. McALISTER farmer

Witnesses: ROBERT RUSSELL & JOHN ELLISON

#8

February 8 1847

WILLIAM ABERNETHY full age bachelor farmer Aughlarge. Father: WILLIAM ABERNETHY farmer

&

SUSANNA ELDER full age spinster Aughlarge. Father: ROBT. ELDER merchant

Witnesses: J. BROWNE & JOHN SHIELDS

#9

March 9 1847

JAMES SLOAN under age bachelor farmer Anahone. Father: JAMES SLOAN farmer

&

ANN LINDSAY under age spinster Anahone. Father: JOHN LINDSAY farmer

Witnesses: JOHN SLOAN & SAMUEL BAXTER

#10

September 20 1847

JAMES SMITH under age bachelor shoemaker Glasgow. Father: JAMES SMITH farmer

&

MARGARET CAMPBELL full age spinster Tamnalennon. Father: THOMAS CAMPBELL farmer

Witnesses: THOMAS HENDERSON & ALEXANDER TURNER

#11

June 1 1848

SAML. CLEMENTS full age bachelor farmer Sherrygroom. Father: JOHN CLEMENTS farmer

&

ANN JANE PRESTON full age spinster Sherrygroom. Father: JAMES PRESTON farmer

Witnesses: JOHN CLEMENTS & JAMES CLEMENTS

#12

February 5 1850

JAMES MEANS full age bachelor farmer Killymurphy. Father: JOHN MEANS farmer

&

MARIA HYDE full age spinster Drumay. Father: JOHN HYDE farmer

Witnesses: ALEXANDER FRAZER & SAMUEL WHAN

#13

March 4 1850

JOHN McBRIDE full age bachelor farmer Coalisland. Father: ROBERT McBRIDE farmer

&

MARY ANN CROSS full age spinster Tullamore. Father: JOHN CROSS farmer

Witnesses: JOHN McGEAGH & CHARLES PIRRIE